“We know how much she was loved by her family and we offer our sincere condolences to them all,” said staff at the school.
The aim of the programme is for learners, their families and their communities to adopt good health and hygiene habits.
The Spur Schools Mountain Bike League, managed by Amarider, will host a three-day talent identification programme at Protea North Park, Soweto, from July 3 to 5.
Celebrating the life and work of the Marist Schools’ founder, St Marcellin Champagnat who died on June 6, 1840.
The school’s Royal Servants comprises of learners from different grades who go out to serve the community every Friday.
Basketball player of the day at the recently held sports day at the school.
Deniel Pungan was among the first pupils to attend Hartford College when it opened its doors to the community in 2009.
The competitions were a success and students had a lot of fun.
“Each library is special in its own way as I learn so much throughout the experience. I get such a thrill out of sharing my love of reading with other learners.”
“The school was obviously very small and out in the sticks. Today we still enjoy peace and tranquility with open fields around us. This really is a very special school.”
Playing badminton to win.